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solution to save medicare makes no changes for people 55 or older. >> congressman keith ellison on why ryan's medicare change is bad for america. >>> venezuelan president hugo chavez has died of cancer at the age of 58. what does this mean for u.s. relations? we'll bring you the latest. >>> a civil rights hero wants the washington redskins to change their offensive name. it will take an act of congress to get nfl owners to move on this. >>> the path to citizenship, which i would support -- >> jeb bush flips. >> we can't continue to make illegal immigration an easier path than legal immigration. >> flops. >> i'm for it. >> and flips again. the big panel weighs in on jeb's radical immigration 360. >>> holy cow! >> comedian stephen colbert's sister has her eye on a south carolina house seat. tonight we're talking to democratic candidate elizabeth colbert bush. good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. i thought we would start with a little basketball tonight since it's march madness. this gentleman is dean smith, one of the all-time greats at the university of north carolin
, as a three-term senator i'm wondering how much have you seen a change in d.c. since you left office? >> well, when i ran for office the first time in 1978, my primary and general election campaigns cost $26 million. jon corzine won in 2000 which was over a decade ago, spent $63 million. >> john: that was just the buffet. >> much of it his own. >> john: i guess citizens united united is assigned the culpability in this. but it seems like it was going on to a great -- >> oh, yeah, citizens united just turbocharged what was the problem. that $318 million i'm talking about from the finance industry didn't come because of citizens united. citizens united is super paced. these are institutions that make contributions through their own pacs and individuals and money and then visit a congressman or senator and talk about an issue. from my standpoint lobbyists are often very helpful. they bring information. you have to break the link between the lobbyist and money. and so let them off of their advice make their arguments but then an hour later, don't go down to the back room of the bar and get $10,00
is the san pablo and san rafael. but that could change drizzle and a clearing will be slow and not until the afternoon however, some sunshine by late afternoon. temperatures will be cooler. most areas in the 50s. the 83 degrees with 57 degrees in oakland. but the seven-tomorrow. the rainfall possible on tuesday >> meter mark-up. starting tomorrow, the cost to park around a-t-and-t park in san francisco gets more expensive. pay meters to park after six o'clock at night. but as kron four's philippe djegal explains. that's all about to change. from as far north as harrison street,,, as far south as mariposa street. as far west as seventh street. and, as far east as the embarcadero. parking around a-t-and-t park will now take an even bigger bite out of your wallet. on non-event days, monday through saturday, metered parking in these areas will cost 25-cents an hour from six until ten o'clock at night. on event days, the price skyrockets to as much as seven-dollars as hour. this means san francisco giants games, and events like the world baseball classic. and-t park mid-month. the san francis
change the reality. you could begin to change the reality between the two sides. the problem is, we're stuck. there's a stalemate. we have disbelief. and if you want to move towards peace, you have to re-establish belief and even if you had talks tomorrow, you have to establish something is going to be difference because of those two talk peps. >> mark, can i get your take as we heard the ambassador there and what needs to be done? we now have information about the secretary of state john kerry's surprise visit with mahmoud abbas. what does that signal to you about where the american diplomacy commitment stands with trying to work for peace? >> first of all, good morning from jet stream. i think we have one advantage and that is because expectation res very low. if the leadership is trying to leave here and surprise people and see if we can never these move the process forward. our government, the government of israel is ready for the immediate resumption of peace talks without any precontinues whatsoever. up until now, the palestinian side has not been ready. i'm hopefulful that's
the law having changed there. it puts the federal government in an odd place. states have voted one way. the federal government trying to figure out how to work arounder around that. many have acknowledged that the country is in a serious conversation about marijuana. the president, you remember, went on to--spoke with barbara walters and had this to say. >> do you think that marijuana should be legalized? >> i wouldn't go that far but i think at this point washington and colorado, you've seen the voters speak on this issue. as it is, the federal government has a lot to do when it comes to criminal prosecutions. it does not sense from a prioritization point of view for us to focus on recreational drug users in a state that has already said that under state law that is legal. >> michael: that confusion puts to light by "huffington post" in a poll they have there that say 51% of adults should be exempt from federal drug laws, and 30% say those laws should be enforced in colorado. it becomes for the justice department an issue how if the state says one thing the federal department should d
're trying to do. but governor bush seemed to change his stance somewhat during a series of recent interviews prompting tough criticism from senate majority leader harry reid. >> let's wait for a few minutes and see how jeb bush changes his mind again. his opinion on immigration is not evolving. it's devolving. he keeps going backwards. i think he's frankly made a fool of himself the last 24 hours. frankly, on this issue, i don't think jeb bush is a florida leader. i think marco rubio is. bush has been elected to nothing lately. rubio is the leader on immigration. >> okay. joe, a new poll by latino decisions shows immigration reform is by far the most important issue for hispanic voters. that's by the economy and jobs, education and health care. >> john heilemann, let's talk, john heilemann, about your next book. bush -- "game change 2016." i think this may have to be the opening scene of jeb getting out of a cab in the middle of the dark, you know, in a cold march morning and walking into the "today" show when announcing that he's changed his mind. i mean, the second i heard it, i said, the
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but that will be the last day of this kind of weather. how our pattern is changing a little bit later. >> thank you very much. >> still ahead at 4:00 ebay expanding its same day delivery service now, competing with amazon and walmart. >> former dn drks -- nba star makes new, high profile friends in north korea. >> coming up at 4:11 checking traffic. wow. downtown skyway is jammed in both directions. bumper to bumper left to right going to lower deck of the bay bridge. not much better for folks heading southbound. stay with us, more still to >>> san francisco symphony is mourning the loss of their principal oboist. he was the principle oboist. he collapsed saturday night, he was also an instructor at san francisco conservatory yeef music. >> technology news, not only are smart phones becoming smarter, but tougher, too. same sung will protect phones from malwear used to steal sensitive information from phones. there are some reports that it will have an option to keep business and use separate but contained on one device. ebay offering same day delivery service to san jose. that is one uping amazon's serv
that began 30 years ago, this could be a change in the fight against hiv and aids. doctors say a baby in mississippi born with hiv has been cured. the baby received aggressive treatment just 30 hours after birth. the child would be the second in the world considered cured. director of national ins turt of al allergy and diseases good morning. >> good morning. >> is this a cure? if so, what are the implications? >> it's very likely a cure. the implications need to be determined because you're talking about a single case and it's really more of a hypothesis developing or driving situation, where we need to see if this is going to be applicable. it looks like under the unusual circumstances that this is indeed a cure because the pediatricians aggressively treated the baby essentially immediately after birth, which is the time of infection as opposed to waiting to see if the baby was indeed affected. it was an aggressive approach that proved to be correct. whether or not this is going to be broadly applicable to children really remains to be determined. it is an import
is that the law on this type of issue, especially as it relates to material support of terrorism, actually changed in 2006 and so it may be that they won't be able to reach back because the constitution and try him before that time. let's listen to one constitutional law expert i spoke with. >> until now, we thought that we could try them under these charges in the military commission system and it looks like it's not going to turn out that way which means that material support charges can be tried in the federal court system as they always have and they are highly successful in terms of bringing indictments and in terms of bringing convictions. >> so, wolf, we expect to hear a lot more about this suspect tomorrow with that presentment in federal court in new york city. >> we'll see who represents him in that as well in federal court. thank you very much, joe johns. let's dig deeper with senator ron wyden of oregon. he's a member of the intelligence committee. your immediate reaction that we learned to the news today. you may have learned about it longer than we did. what do you think of the decis
of the desires of people within his own party, did put things on the table. changed cpi for social security, medicare cuts. he did, and they came up with -- >> he used the words. he didn't put a plan. what was the specific amount of chain cpi? what was the number? >> these were numbers passed between gene sperling and boehner's office. >> here is what i don't like. it suits each of their political objectives. i want to use chuck todd. i have been saying it all week on the radio, but he said it beautifully. he noted this in "first read" this morning. yes, both sides are kicking and screaming publicly, and, yes, these cuts will impact people's livelihoods, but if you're a republican who wants to cut spending, you're getting your spending cuts. if you're a democrat who either wants to reduce defense spending or ensure that all the cuts aren't targeted only at social programs, you're getting your wish. this is perhaps the biggest reason why these cuts are going into effect -- at the end of the day they were better than the alternative, for republicans raising tax levels and eliminating loophole
, would cause massive suffering in america, the president has now changed his tune. >> this is not going to be an apocalypse as some people have said. it's just dumb. it's going to hurt. it's going to hurt individual people and it's going to hurt the economy overall. >> bill: well, that may or may not be true because the apocalypse line is interesting. no question that the president's acolytes were pounding the disaster drum. >> we don't need to be having something like sequestration that's going to cause these job losses, over 170 million jobs that could be lost. >> 150,000 correct the number of job loss. >> 750. >> at least. >> that's insane. >> it's not even close to being true. watters and pelosi were misleading everybody. they don't know what they are talking about. in fact, a short time later watters' spokesperson said that the number is 170,000 jobs lost down from 170 million. that's just bull as well. nobody knows how the spending cuts are going to play out. what we do know is that president obama and his party tried to scare the american people into pressuring the republicans to
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're taking corporate contributions. that's a big change. >> why are they doing this? why would the president -- it just seems like he's making his life more complicated politically. why would he do this? >> i think they want to take the strength of their grassroots operation, their access to money, and try to marry them up so he can succeed in the midterms. so he can do in the last two years of his second term what he did in the first two years of his first term. they think the only way to do that is fight the chamber of commerce, fight corporate money. >> i'm not shocked by it. it's just pretty -- not shocked by the practice because it's how washington's run forever. i'm just very surprised, as you pointed out. even taking corporate money to do this. we're a long, long way -- >> okay. i want to get to the thriller in bloomberg. that doesn't work. last night in his debate with "new york times" columnist, joe raised some concerns about spending and long-term debt, particularly with an ageing population, reaching retirement age. take a look. >> we should have used the '90s. we should have used
is, actually, well what is the thinking about whether things might actually change now after he is dead? >> shepard, you have got to imagine that for years, the latin american state department officers were just waiting for this day to happen. it's hard to think of a more anti-u.s. world figure who has really ruled venezuela and been on the world stage for the past 14 years. this is a man who had a visceral hatred of the united states government. he formed alliances not only with iran but dictators around the world. anyone who would put forward anti-u.s. agenda. finally he is removed from the scene. the big question is what comes after him. he tried in his last days to anoint a successor. nicholas that madiro a former bus driver. hinted today that somehow the u.s. gave or implanted cancer into hugo chavez. what comes after chavez may not be a bargain for the u.s. if its successor gets in power, shepard. >> the poor and under privileged in venezuela will be in morning tonight, no doubt. it's a fact that much of the governmental processes have been turned over to narco traffickers
and now that we're there have the media changed their tune on exaggeration and hysteria. hugo chavez's rule over venezuela ends. a chance to honor the man of the people dismissing the dark side. >> senator rand paul makes a stand on capitol hill delivering an old-fashioned filibuster demanding the white house come clean on drone strikes. did the media back him or bash him. ann romney speaks her mind the first time since the election, pointing out the failure of the mess for not giving her man fair treatment. how do you think the media react today that. and the verdict is in, who the best debate moderator was. >> judy miller, editor of the national review, rich lawrie. jim pinkerton contributing editor the american conservative magazine and daily beast columnist kirsten powers. i'm jon scott. fox news watch is on right now. now. >> these cuts are not smart, they'll hurt our economy and cost us jobs. and congress can turn them off at any time, as soon as both sides are willing to compromise. it's unnecessary. and in a time when too many of ours friends and neighbors are still looking f
and it is clear from our discussions they are better north korea policy must change. today we will look at the illicit dvds that are underwriting north korea's weapons programs. were going to look at it ballistic missiles sales, at its meth trafficking. this is the only country in the world that manufactures and traffics mass. for going to look at counterfeit of the u.s. 100-dollar bills and were going to think about the reason why this country has been called the supreme estate. we will hear from one witness who will testify north korea's illicit moneymaking machinery continues to turn. but it is this dependency by the regime on notice that dvds that can affect be exploited. this is the achilles' heel we did this one. in the fall of 2005, the bush administration targeted a macau-based bank of delta asia for its money laundering role while u.s. money was counterfeited, they were laundering for north korea. this led other banks to shun north korean business, which finally isolated the regime and cut off its ability to get current fee. however, after kim jong il made references, in this l
of common ground. did you get any sense from him that he was looking to change the relationship with the united states? >> one thing i noticed by him, he's very humble. he's very humble, man. as a kid he's very humble. he's very -- he's very strong as a man, he's very strong but guess what, he don't want war. that's one thing he don't want. >> he said in the past he would destroy the united states. >> well, i just think that's coming from his father. i think as a young man, him -- he don't want anything -- >> what else does he know about the united states and president obama from what you could tell? >> i can tell by him, he does one thing, he loves -- he loves power. he loves control because others, you know, dad and stuff like that, but he's just a great guy. he's just a great guy. if you sit down and talk to him, you know, perception is perceiving how things work. >> a great guy who puts 200,000 people in prison camps. >> you know, guess what, it's amazing of how we do the same thing here. >> we have prison camps in the united states. >> we don't have prison camps, it's about
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was tax rates won't change. >> right. bill: which, pay attention to that. that phrasing there. however, you bo after the loopholes, whether it is, interest rate deduction, whether charity deductions will stay on the table or not. do you see any of that being mixed into this current debate? >> yes it is, very much is in the debate but if you cut deductions, the president calls them loopholes, if you cut deductions those deductions are used primarily by upper income people. they will in the end pay a lot more money in tax. that is form of tax increase. and then you have this tax rate question. if we get the "buffett rule", which the president is pushing for, that would be a change in the top tax rate as well as a closing of loopholes and deductions. bill: we'll see how they negotiate in the coming months or month. thank you, sir. see you at 9:20 on fbn. martha. martha: how much exactly do the top 10% of american households pay in taxes? according to the tax foundation the top 1% pay about 37.38% of the total tax burden renn in this country. more than a third, close to 40%. the top 1% ear
party, we are change, tyranny response team, and americans for a free republic. and these anti-government patriot groups have skyrocketed a number during president obama's time in office. there were only 149 groups in 2008. in 2012 there's over 1300. look at the chart there. yesterday the southern poverty law center sent a letter to homeland security secretary janet napolitano warning more growth could happen. and brian levin is with the study for hate and extremism. gentlemen, i want you to start tonight -- it's your report, mark, so lead the way here. let me ask you this. i'm going to get into this in my close tonight on the show. i look at obama as a perfect american. i don't mean politically. we can agree left and right. you can argue about the drones, fiscal policy and all that stuff. but as a citizen. he went to school, never broke a law, raised a wonderful family, good husband, good family. i don't think he's got a speeding ticket. the guy does everything right. and he's really been pretty moderate on guns until the horror of newtown. i don't know what they're so afraid
changing loopholes and make it revenue-neutral is some tax component to actually raise money against the deficit part of any deal that has to come out of all these talks? >> i mean, that is -- that's certainly the -- that's certainly the president's view, and that we had hoped that congress would have acted in the last month to pass, you know -- the president has put a balanced package on the table that is a combination of increasing revenues, of closing loopholes, as well as spending cuts, and, you know, the hope was that we would be able to pass that and have the revenues as part of that go for deficit reduction. now, you know, speaker boehner has -- is for tax reform. he has a view that we shouldn't use that money for deficit reduction, but what the president finds encouraging is that, you know, we're in the same universe in terms of the types of -- the types of reform that we think needs to happen. the president has been willing to join entitlement reform. we're not there yet, and the president had a really good dinner yesterday. there's a lot of differences, but some common grou
? there were a lot proposals during the campaign. people under 55. under 50. change the retirement age from 65 to 67. all kinds of things. >> put legislative language and movement. bill: in the house they have. they wrote it down. >> has raised the retirement age to 67? bill: they moved on that. the senate hasn't budged. that is the big point. that is what leads to comments like you heard last week about the donkey. you have a sore thumb worrying about the darn thing. see you at 5:00, beckel. mk. see you soon. don't bite that guy next time. >> i will try not. bill: he is soft on the inside as you know. see you later. martha: like a teddy bear. six months later still no answers. now, a democratic lawmaker is calling out the process. why he says it is painfully slow. at a dry cleaner, we replaced people with a machine. what? customers didn't like it. so why do banks do it? hello? hello?! if your bank doesn't let you talk to a real person 24/7, you need an ally. hello? ally bank. your money needs an ally. bill: which have new information out of venezuela. it is significant being red on television
on the prospects and the changes in the security council? separately on sanctions, the issue at present is not necessarily about new sanctions, but effective enforcement of existing sanctions. given his recent visit, does the foreign secretary agree with me that more must be done to insure that countries fully comply with the existing sanctions to which they have already signed up? third, on the issue of international accountability, the responsibility for the crisis as i made clear primarily rests with the assad regime, and the perpetrators must ultimately be held to account. does the foreign secretary agree that efforts to publish the name of syrian officers ordering the ongoing atrocities are vital as they could serve as a clear signal of spent that they will face -- of intent that they will face justice for their crimes and, of course, that includes the use of chemical weapons. fourth, on the issue of peace talks, the leader of the syrian national coalition, last month reportedly offered to engage in talks on a political settlement without demanding assad's resignation. in his comme
ago. and so i think this really changes the dynamics of the discussion in the u.s. >> let me just play -- you mentioned the words red line. here's what president obama has said. here's why this news, not just from a humanitarian perspective but whether or not the united states military will get involved, this is why chemical weapons is so important. here's the president. >> we have been very clear to the assad regime, but also, to other players on the ground that a red line for us is we start seeing a whole bunch of chemical movement around or utilized. that would change my calculus. that was change my equation. >> general, does he make a mistake when he set so clearly what red lines are? people want them. if someone crosses it, you are forced to act. >> i don't think it's a mistake. i think it was a clear warning, both to assad and to his russian supporters that they can't do this. now, if the russians have an influence with assad, they better rein him back in. we talked about diplomacy and linkage with the russians. i didn't talk about the military option but there's a range of milit
pope will represent the old european church or emerge from the changing world. and abc's david wright studied the images of this day for clues. >> reporter: save these images. because in all likelihood, one of them is the new pope. maybe angelo bagnasco, the son of a baker. or angelo scola, the son of a truck driver. italian power players both. and italians do have the home court advantage. 1 out of every 4 votes in the conclave. >> cardinal scola, cardinal bagna bagnasco of italy, now, seem to be mentioned more and more. but these names are being floated right now without much conviction, frankly, among the people i've been talking to. >> reporter: but vatican insider john thavis says benedict's historic departure has shaken things up. >> quite honestly, it's an open conclave. >> reporter: the americans don't really expect to win. europe has more votes in the conclave than africa, asia, latin america and north america put together. a canadian could be a compromise that gives a nod to the new world. marc ouellet grew up in a tiny quebec village. he played ice hockey. still does. not t
the integrity and the patrimony of the faith. if you're talking about radical changes, that's not part of the job description of the pope. he's supposed to exprrv hand on intact. now, here's a big distinction. we can talk and we better talk about perhaps a more credible, convincing way of expressing those immutable timeless truths will of the church because sometimes people tell us they find those things tough to accept or tough to believe. we better think about that. we can't change the "what." we can change want "how." how we teach and how we pass it on. and that will probably be part of our conversations. >> schieffer: well, your eminence, i want to wish you the very best as you embark on this mission, and i hope you'll keep us informed. >> thanks, bob. i'll keep you informed. i'll keep you in prayer. and i've still got that coffee cup you gave me the last time i was on. >> schieffer: all the best, your eminence. and we'll be back in just a minute. >> schieffer: and we're back again with bob woodward, rana foroohar the chief washington correspondent for the "new york times." david s
first lady, laura bush. how she sees the gop changing. let's go "outfront." >>> and good evening, everyone, i'm erin burnett. tough talk from north korea. today north korean officials scrapped the armistice that's created nearly 60 years of peace, uneasy peace, but peace with south korea. this after the u.n. security council unanimously passed tougher sanctions thursday against pyongyang. the reason for those sanctions, north korea's third nuclear test. north korea also threatened in an editorial in its state-run newspaper that, quote, as the armistice agreement has been nullified, no one can expect what will happen next. so is this just your run-of-the-mill sabre rattling, or does north korea's new young leader have something to prove and have the will to prove it? president obama's national security adviser tom donilon says the u.s. isn't taking a chance. >> the united states will not accept north korea as a nuclear state, nor will we stand by while it seeks to develop a nuclear-armed missile. >> earlier i spoke with general jim jones. so kim jong-un's father was in power for 1
has changed. >>> yesterday chris christie was in parter son, new jersey where he just won 11% of the vote. >> when people have said that, governor, why don't you bring people together? i say, hell, i did bring people together. go to patterson. 89% of the people said, we don't want you. i thought, of course i'm not going to win there, but when i do win, i'm going to all those folks to know that i'm their governor, too. that's what you have to do if you want to lead. >>> but no good deed gotten unpunished. christie's outreach and decision to expand medication, which will provide health care for 300,000 poor people in his state did not go unnoticed. >> they pull off the effects of the massively expanded medicaid program where they also expand the definition of poor so more and more people are on the government dole. and this is why when you have republican governor like krispy kreme signing on to this, it's going to be financially ruinous. i'm a conservative, why don't i get to speak at cpac? have a doughnut and shut up, will you? >> ouch. ryan, do something that benefits your s
changing over to snow. areas like philadelphia and new york city. again, we are looking at a big, major snowstorm. the highest totals around the baltimore/ baltimore/d.c. area. >>> all right. thank you very much. now to entertainment. "daily show" host jon stewart is taking a break this summer to direct a film about one journalists imprisonment following the 2009 iran ran electiele iranian election. i'm mara schiavocampo, "way too early" starts right now. >>> the dow jones industrials at never before seen heights. >> all-time record high. >> making history today. >> if they tell you everything's awful, tell them no it's not! >> amen! the non-inflation adjusted values of the stocks of 30 large companies that sort of track the american economy 50 years ago are higher than ever! we're back, baby! and the best part is we never had to fix our systemic issues. >> the market hits a milestone. let the good times roll. good morning, i'm bill karins this is "way too early," the show that moved all of our retirement from 401(k)s to cabbage patch kids. we have a lot to talk about including the deat
people to change everything they're doing to come visit her. >> the thing with the norovirus, you get so dehydrated. the hospital stay is you can stay on an iv and stay hydrated. not supposed to be too serious. >> she'll be all right. >>> now on to this. the obama administration is distancing itself from former nba star dennis rodman's first foray into international politics. he's back from his trip to north korea where he met with kim jung-un. on abc's "this week" with george stephanopoulos yesterday rodman talked about his visit during which he watched an exhibition basketball game with kim. >> i stayed with him two days. the one thing he asked me, he want obama to do one thing, call him. >> he wants a call from president obama? >> that's right. he told me that. >> rodman also called kim a strong but humble man that doesn't want war with the u.s. >>> looks like president obama is trying to do a run around congressional leaders. he is reaching out to individual senators in a bid to force a compromise. taxes dividing on this one. republicans insist there will be no new taxes. democrats r
is changing when it comes to the president and energy? >> i do not see any changes. due to mccarthy and a chief lieutenant for secretary jackson, unlikely to change anything. she was in charge of the air standards, which dramatically reduced the ability of to be competitive. in the department of energy, i am hoping this guy owns a car so he can understand what the rest of us feel like we pay $4 per gallon to fill this out. and he is in favor of cracking. the department of energy has nothing to do with driving. all of that is regulated by the epa. gerri: so we catch one break in this whole thing and maybe that's why he got the job. i guess this story that i have been paying so much attention to is the keystone pipeline. the state department's report. it is not a big threat to the environment. shouldn't they just go ahead? what are they going to flip the switch and get this thing going? >> this is the fourth generation of the environmental impact statement. all of them said that this report acknowledged, as they pointed out that it's not even going to have much of an impact on co2 emi
is the sequester happens and america doesn't really notice beau the changes are -- notice because the changes are so minute. but maxine waters said up to 170 million people will lose their jobs. we're going to have a lot of people from other countries come in to lose their jobs for that number to work outs. i ask you a question. who said this yesterday: rise up, oh god, and save us from ourselves? >>steve: dennis rodman. >>brian: no. barry black, the house chaplain, said can we please stop the sequester and save us from ourselves. because that is what is happening. aufplt cuts are -- automatic cuts are going to kick in. what do you think about controlling the spending? fox news did a poll. where do they find the time. they asked this questions: voters were asked is sequester needed to make congress cut back on spending? most of you said yes. 57% only with automatic cuts. 29% lawmakers can do it on their own. they never have. 14% unsure. >>gretchen: these are educated people answering this question because they realize the senate has not passed a budget in however many years. to an extent they
: the warning from the fda for some patients, the z-pack or azithromycin can cause changes in the electrical activity of the heart which can be fatal. it applies to people with arrhythmias and people with low blood levels, potassium and magnesium. the risk of sudden death is 1 in 4,000. pfizer tells abc news they're updating the labels with the fda warning listing conditions. many patients may not know they have those conditions. and all too often people ask for z-pak when they start to feel sick. have you ever asked for z-pak? >> yes. >> reporter: what is its reputation? >> knocks it out that fast. >> reporter: z-pak is safe for most people. to reduce your risk know your family's heart history and your own. best advice don't request antibiotics. they only work for some infections. >> we want to be the heroes and make people happy and make people feel better, so we wish it was the answer. it really isn't. >> reporter: antibiotics won't make you feel better if you have a cold or the flu. dr. richard besser, abc news, new york. >> a lot of good advice. >>> another reality show, believe it or n
steps down, leaving behind a catholic church still mired in scandal. does its future depend on changing its view on sex? >>> president obama changes tactics over his latest battle with the republicans. he losing the fight over forced spending cuts tonight? >>> and a montana couple didn't believe the story police told them about the death of their son, so they became real-life detectives to discover the truth. it's an "outfront" investigation. let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, a papal good-bye. surrounded in pomp and circumstance, history made in rome today and it was amazing to watch. pope benedict xvi addressed the crowds in st. peter's square one last time, as the leader of the roman catholic church. about 150,000 people were cheering with signs saying, thank you, to the pope. the pope met with more than 100 cardinals, the ones who were going to choose his successor, one by one, each of them clasped his hand and kissed his ring in a sign of reverence. every second of this day was planned, every move was a first. because no pope has
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some numbers push into the mid-70s by the afternoon. a spectacular day enjoy it big changes coming for the weekend. we'll have more on that in a moment. let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> lawrence that's a cool shot of the fog blanketing the deck of the bay bridge. you can see the toll plaza as well this morning, in fact chp issued a dense fog advisory for the bay bridge and carquinez bridge but wouldn't be surprised if they increase throughout the morning because a lot of fog is out there especially across the spans of some of our bay area bridges making it difficult to see over at the san mateo bridge, as well. so they have not activated the cms warning signs yet across the span but obviously, visibility is really a problem this morning. don't use high beams, fog lights are a good idea. so far the drive time is 15 minutes between hayward and foster city. coming up an accident on highway 37. in the meantime, back to you guys. >> thank you. >>> free rides for san francisco city kids start today on muni. the pilot program offers lower in
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there and it is my sense and many people's sense that it absolutely changed the nature of the campaign from that point forward. james carter iv, an honor to have you joining us tonight. as long as the person who made the video remains anonymous, you remain the only mvp of the 2012 campaign who we know by name. i'm ready to make you number two as soon as that other person comes forward. james, thanks very much. >> thank you for having me. >>> coming up, the diplomacy of dennis rodman. i'll be joined by the new york times reporter who pieced together the story of how dennis rodman got into north korea. and the rodman proposal. president obama picking up the phone and calling the north korean dictator. >>> two prostitutes rewrite their story about a senator. it will if it's new outlast stay fabulous foundation. it's a primer, concealer and foundation in one for all day flawless skin. new outlast stay fabulous from easy, breezy, beautiful covergirl. new outlast stay fabulous with an advanced degree inoking education from capellalp them university, full potential. you'll be better equipped to de
into effect, but the president's approval rating has changed big time. >>> a sinkhole in florida buried a man alive while he was in his bed. there's another sinkhole now and a risk to more americans. let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, dead or alive. tonight, u.s. officials say they're still not sure if a crucial leader of al qaeda is still alive, two days after they reported they killed moktar belmoktar. the afp is reporting that the french defense minister said there is no proof that he was killed. he is a key player, one of the world's most wanted terrorists. he claimed responsibility for the january attack on an algerian gas facility in at least 37 foreign hostages died, including three americans. now, i want to note that we've been reaching out to a source in the region, a military leader in the islamic group. his name is omar. i called him today. he's worked side by side with this man, and usually, he's eager to take that call, to address our questions at length. tonight, though, after repeated attempts, we were unable to reach him. bar
, and angelo scola going into round one. but that can change. even if it takes a few days for white smoke to appear. in rome, leeland vitter, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> many bay area catholics attended a special mass today to pray for the cardinals. ktvu's ken pritchett is live in the city where there was a lot of anticipation about what is happening in rome. >> reporter: that's true. no one we talked to expected to see white smoke today. hopes differ on what kind of pope people would like to see. it was a special mass this morning at st. mary's cathedral to pray for the cardinals in rome as the church wades through an unusual and historic time. >> i was kind of amazed at pope benedict, at his presence in the united states a few years ago inspired me to enter the priesthood. >> seminary hopes the cardinals will pick a pope that keeps with tradition. parisher would like to see them move on issues. >> diplomatic, and i would hope someone who is brave enough to make some changes. >> during the afternoon mass, the signal was sent above the sistine chapel, black smoke signifying no one gath
are undergoing tremendous change and are in the midst of violence and political turmoil. egypt is the cornerstone country in the region for american interest, and kerry is making it clear that the u.s. stands with egypt and changes taking place but this money was appropriated and authorized a year ago is now being released. it was held some time by congress we lated to questions related to egypt's future and politics there. but it is a worthwhile investment. it's the kind of money that if we're going to use money in foreign aid this is where we should be putting it, to make sure we have a relationship with this new government that does meet the needs of the country. >> john: and anybody who cares about egypt's long term strength and stability should care very deeply about the strength of our relationship with egypt. >> we really have a relationship with the cornerstone country for israel ensuring that israel's southern board is secure. they signed a peace treaty more than three decades ago. part of that was to make sure that the u.s. and egypt were tight, and the security relationship we have wit
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